At Housetop Roofing, we do all things to do with your roof, including roof repair. Roof damage can occur slowly over time due to age and exposure to the elements, or it can happen suddenly as a result of storm damage. Either way, we are prepared to repair your roof for you, making it as good as new.
If you experience a severe storm, walk around outside after the storm is over to check to any damage. This might include missing or loose shingles, hanging gutters, or leaks. All of these types of roof damage are things that we can repair. If your damage extends beyond your roof into areas such as your gutters and siding, we can help repair those too.
To prevent minor damage from turning into serious damage, it’s important to have a roofing professional come out to inspect your roof several times a year. That way, they can catch small issues and repair them before they turn into something bigger and more expensive.
For all of your roof repair needs in the Raleigh, NC and Wake Forest, NC, be sure to give us a call at Housetop Roofing.
Common Types of Roof Repairs
Your roof works hard to protect your home from the elements. This means that it is constantly exposed to potential damage from sunlight, wind, rain, ice, and snow. If you notice any signs of damage, it’s important to call a roofing professional immediately to have your roof repaired; delaying repairs can lead to more expensive and extensive damage in the future. Even if you don’t notice any signs of wear and tear, it’s a good practice to have a roofing professional inspect your roof 1-2 times a year to perform routine maintenance.
Here are some of the more common types of roof repairs:
- Shingle repairs- sometimes shingles become loose, break, or fall off altogether– especially have a storm. Othertimes, shingles may become warped over time, curling inward or outward. If you notice any of these signs of shingle damage, be sure to have them repaired sooner rather than later.
- Flashing repairs- flashing is the strips of metal that cover any areas of your roof where two or more edges meet. These help to seal and connect your roof. Sometimes flashing becomes loose or begins to rust and needs to be repaired.
- Gutter repairs- your gutters are an important part of your roof, and when they’re overloaded with yard debris, they can begin to sag, fall, or overflow. Strong winds or heavy ice can also cause them to fall or become loose.
- Structural repairs- if the stucture of your roof itself is showing signs of damage, this may mean that your roof needs to be replaced altogether. Sagging roofs or holes in your roof are something that should not be ignored.